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Asia Week New York September 2022 — Day 10
September 23, 2022
Maruyama Okyo (1733-1795), Puppies, Edo period, 18th century, ink on paper, 47 x 26.5 cm.
Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art
Today is September's Asia Week New York, Day 10 and the final day. Here is what's going on.
Asia Week New York is live today with a day of previews:
For an overview of the gallery exhibitions on view, click here.
- 12 gallery exhibitions are open in-person today:
- Kapoor Galleries Inc.
- Ralph M. Chait Galleries
- Dai Ichi Arts Ltd
- Fu Qiumeng Fine Art
- HK Art & Antiques LLC
- Ippodo Gallery
- Sebastian Izzard LLC
- Joan B Mirviss LTD
- Onishi Gallery
- Scholten Japanese Art
- Thomsen Gallery
- Zetterquist Galleries
- Akar Prakar, The Art of Japan, Egenolf Gallery, Kaikodo LLC, Thomas Murray, and MIYAKO YOSHINAGA are live with their online exhibitions today.
- iGavel are open today for exhibition viewing.
- Important Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art
Live auction continues at 8:30am
ONGOING ONLINE AUCTIONS:
- •Japanese and Korean Art Online
Through September 27 at 10:00am
- •Indian and Himalayan Art Online featuring
The John C. and Susan L. Huntington Collection
Through September 28 at 10:00am
- •Thoughts Across the Waters: Asian Art from the David Drabkin Collection
Through September 28 at 9:00am
- •Art of China Online
Through September 29 at 9:00am
- •China/5000 Years
Through September 27
Catch up with some of the places where Asia Week New York members have appeared in the press in recent days.
Linda Hohnholz reports in eTurboNews: Global Travel Industry News that Songtsam continues to support Asia Week New York as sponsor. Florence Li, Songtsam’s Director of International Sales and Marketing, commented, “We are very pleased to continue as a presenting Sponsor of Asia Week New York because Songtsam is deeply committed to exploring and preserving the essence of Tibetan culture.”
To read the article, click here.